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ID Request Socal (inland empire)
    #25876688 - 03/15/19 09:25 PM (2 months, 7 days ago)













Habitat:
On ground on top of Horse poo and right below wooden fence separating properties.

Gills:
brownish, attached
Stem:
1 inch height, white, solid

Cap:
whiteish, kinda wrinkle

Spore print color:
N/A

Bruising:
no bruising

I hope the format is correct. Never really knew this website existed and I am new to this realm. Fascinating stuff! Sorry if the photos are not that great I did not pick yet and were directly growing under a fence.


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Re: ID Request Socal (inland empire) [Re: Nebula23]
    #25876789 - 03/15/19 10:22 PM (2 months, 6 days ago)

Maybe an agaricus. Hard to tell since the mushrooms in your pictures are so dry. If you want a more certain identification it helps to take pictures of fresh specimens. Welcome.


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Re: ID Request Socal (inland empire) [Re: ChRnZN]
    #25876817 - 03/15/19 10:44 PM (2 months, 6 days ago)

It doesn't look like Agaricus as the gills are attached to the stem. It looks like an Agrocybe species to me, and if so, the only one it seems to key out as is Agrocybe amara, but I can't find any information on that one. :shrug:


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Re: ID Request Socal (inland empire) [Re: Nebula23]
    #25876881 - 03/15/19 11:21 PM (2 months, 6 days ago)

we're gonna need some better pictures. The focus is off and the angles are wonky. A spore print would also be very much appreciated, they are quite dry though.


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